A-level food - have your say

In 2015, the decision was taken that A-levels in food technology and home economics would not continue in England. We are investigating any impact that removal of A-level ‘food (food technology and home economics) may have had on schools and students.

In 2015, the decision was taken that A-levels in food technology and home economics would not continue in England. The last teaching for A-level ‘food’ was in 2018.  

The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) and the Food Teachers Centre (FTC) are investigating any impact that removal of A-level ‘food' (food technology and home economics) may have had on schools and students. 

We are keen to find out about your experiences – there are two survey links – one if you have you taught A-level ‘food’ in the past, and one if you have not taught A-level ‘food’. The information collected will be collated into a short report, with the ambition to instigate discussion around A-level qualifications for food. The survey is for UK teachers only.

The survey should take around 4-5 minutes to complete, and is open until 5pm on 29 February 2020.

 

Have taught A-level ‘food’ before? Follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Alevelfood

Not taught A-level ‘food’ before? Follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/alevelfood2

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